In search for the perfect DIY Christmas wreaths to adorn your front door? If you want to get the holiday spirit going, then having one will indeed be a good idea. With just the sight of red and green, anyone will feel the holiday cheer. So if you don’t have a Christmas wreath yet, take your pick from this selection I created especially for you!
DIY Christmas Wreath Ideas | Front Door Wreath Ideas You Will LOVE!
Deck the halls — and the doors! — with holiday cheer. Wreaths are a great way to tell the world you’re in the holiday spirit. And guess what? You can make them yourself!
I’ve been making my Christmas wreath for years now. It started as a curiosity, but now, I just can’t stop looking and making one each and every year. I make fall wreaths too, but I think after Halloween, it’s time to switch it up to a little more festive! If you agree with me, then scroll on and let’s get crafting.
1. Fruity Floral Christmas Wreath
This fruity and floral Christmas wreath is an eye-catching alternative to the traditional red-white-and-green motifs. I think it has everything that represents the season.
2. Burlap Christmas Wreath
Burlap is a simple and beautiful way to reflect your rustic Christmas theme. It’s also a great material to use for all your wreath projects so I’m sure you’ll find it perfect for this holiday.
3. Twig Pom Pom Christmas Wreath Idea
Cheap and simple wreath, perfect for those on a budget. It looks like a burst of joy that will bring a smile to anyone’s face.
4. Red Ruffle Wreath
Gorgeous!!! I think I found a winner. If you have 3 hours and $10 to spare you can make this stunning wreath that’s sure to bring the pop of color your front door needs.
5. Simple White Christmas Wreath
You can’t go wrong with white. If you’re dreaming of a White Christmas then this is the wreath to complete the look. It looks oh so fluffy!
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6. Red Berry and Plaid DIY Christmas Wreath
This wreath is truly special. Not just because it’s so pretty, but because of the obstacles the creator overcame to make it. Find the whole story here and be inspired.
7. Silver Leaf Wreath
Oooooh, shiny!! A little paint and some embellishment and truly go a long way. Just see how this stunning DIY leaf wreath turned out.
8. Clothespin Wreath
Get creative and put your clothespins to good use this holiday season. This is your ultimate upcycling project for the holiday.
9. Wood Slice Burlap Christmas Wreath
Another fabulous rustic Christmas idea. By attaching some wood slices together, you can recreate this beautiful DIY wreath. The burlap completes the look.
10. Jello Mold Holiday Wreaths
Jello molds are not just for making treats! You can also use them as a DIY wreath then keep them and reuse them for jellos when you’re done.
11. Peppermint Candy Christmas Wreath
Christmas spirit + peppermint candy = beautiful Christmas wreath! Is it edible, hmmm… You may want to think about it since it will be out in the open all the time.
12. DIY Wood Slice Wreath
Hang on to your old wood! Upcycle wood slices with a little finishing and a pretty ribbon. You will have an instant Christmas wreath! See details here.
13. Galvanized Wreath
Now this is a wreath that will stand the test of time. You may need to put some time into making it, but I assure you, you’ll be able to use it for years to come. See how Finding Home Farms did it here.
Got time for one more? Then check out how Maremi SmallArt made this easy DIY Christmas wreath ornament:
There are a lot of ways you can decorate your front door but a wreath is the best way to go. This holiday season, spread the Christmas spirit by hanging a DIY wreath on your door. Put a smile to anyone who passes by your home!
Red, green, white or burlap, which one is your top pick? I’d love to know what it is, just write it in the comments below!
And if you still haven’t decided on which Christmas topper to have this year, head over to my other post.
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